Mamata is West Bengal’s Parasurama

Posted: June 2, 2010 in Uncategorized
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Mamata Banerjee has won the civic polls in Calcutta and all over West Bengal.

The neo Brahminical CPI-M looks on with disbelief.

But however much CPM spokesman Sitaram Yechury tries to justify his party’s debacle, the fact is that it will suffer a greater debacle in the coming assembly polls.

This is not only the truth that is going to unfold, this is my personal prediction.

The untruths and prevarications of the communists will be removed root and branch from Bengal by Mamatha Banerjee, its avatar for the moment.

I don’t know how many years Mamata will be able to hold on to her victory.

She is a Kali who will remove the asura from his fiefdom. How long her avatarhood will last I cannot say.

Churchill won the the war for the British against Hitler. But the British knew that peace-time did not call for a Churchill.

Mamata’s greatness in the Bengal scenario is that she is going to singlehandedly root out the Marxist Asuras from their pedestal.

West Bengal is at last going to be free from a pest that afflicted it for decades.

I only wish that the land of Vivekananda, Rammohan Roy and Vidyasagar has no more got to suffer the latterday communist prevaricators.

The Bengalis should give up their hotheadedness and opt for a plan of action that will give more jobs to their youth without despoliation of the environment.
(Like Parasurama, the avatar of Vishnu who rooted out generations of arrogant kigns, Mamata will send the selfrighteous Buddhadevs to their end.,,,,)

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Comments
  1. Raj says:

    I agree with you.
    There are two broad streams of thought in Bengal currently.
    First – `Better dead than red’ seems to be the general slogan in Bengal.
    Second the Maoists seem to think and act with the belief that `A good communist is a dead one.’

  2. ADITYA SRINIVASAN says:

    Yes, this is unquestionably a sign of things to come. Bengal has been a pro-Marxist state for too long forgetting the temple culture and the goodwill of its very citizens. Nicely put by you Sir in the context of Parsurama and the Asuras…